Gender and the Body

Table of Contents


ajaykumar: The “Feminine Principle” in Butoh: A Methodology that Spans History, Cultures, and Disciplines? or Developing a “Feminine” Body-Space on a Sunday?

Konstanze Kutzbach: AnyBody’s Simulacra: A Theoretical Approach to (Post-Gender) Identity

Tina Wald, Johanna Hauke and Chrissula Kalpaki: “I want to create a European-Jewish-British Theatre Where Women Have a New Role” An interview with Julia Pascal

Isabel Karremann (Review): David M. Halperin. “How to Do the History of Homosexuality.” Chicago/London: Chicago University Press, 2002.

Peta Mayer (Review): Jagose, Annamarie. “Inconsequence. Lesbian Representation and the Logic of Sexual Sequence.” Ithaca: Cornell University Press, 2002.

Sean O’Toole (Review): Nancy Ordover. “American Eugenics: Race, Queer Anatomy, and the Science of Nationalism.”Minneapolis: University of Minnesota Press, 2003.

Astrid Recker (Review): The Right to Speak. Wally Lamb and the Women of York Correctional Institution. “Couldn’t Keep It To Myself. Testimonies from Our Imprisoned Sisters.” New York: Regan Books, 2003.

Tina Wald (Review): Coming off Rage? Angry Young Women at the Royal Court in Lucy Prebble’s “The Sugar Syndrome”, Gary Mitchell’s “Loyal Women”, and Stella Feehily’s “Duck”

Michelene Wandor: Draft of the first chapter of “Barlines”

click here to download this issue